THIS IS MY 1ST REVIEW FROM A CLIENT
THIS TOWN HOUSE IN THE OLD CITY IS YOUR REWARD
Wow! This was my first impression when entering this property. The level of attention to detail is astonishing. The pictures are impressive but once in the house, every taste bud is teased. This is above luxury. I stayed there for a week however there was something new and unique I noticed each day either on the walls or around the various rooms. Great location for exploring by foot with a super Thai restaurant just 2 minutes away. Highly recommended.
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This is a project due to complete at the end of March 2015.
a 160M2 1,800 SQFT two story townhouse on a tiny lane (cul de sac) a block from the famous Wat Phra Singh temple a couple of blocks from the end of the Sunday walking street. Two bedroom, 1 &1/2 bathrooms, soaring 22 foot ceilings, 2nd floor balcony, upstairs bathroom with sauna, glass shower. front and back bedrooms have dramatic walls of glass front and back and all at the best address in Chiang Mai
first story with polished concrete floors, old brick walls, state of the art kitchen with island, 1/2 bath exposed concrete beamed ceilings, open dinning area, living room, off street parking, washing machine, oven, microwave, dishwasher, high speed internet, cable TV
Off street parking (very rare). hot water tank supplying HOT water to every sink both bathrooms and kitchen sink, high speed internet, laundry room, air conditioning in every room, sauna in the upstairs bathroom and much more
CLIC ABOVE TO SEE WHAT'S GOING ON IN THE OLD CITY
Standing in front of the Cultural Centre is the Three King's Monument. The monument pays homage to King Mengrai, the founder of Chiang Mai; King Ramkamhaeng of Sukothai; and King Ngam Muang of Payao who according to legend worked together to design and establish the city.
I found this 7 foot angel in an antique shop in Chiang Mai 3 years ago and waited until I had the perfect home to show her off and VOILA
STATE OF THE ART KITCHEN FROM CHIANG MIA'S MOST FAMOUS CUSTOM KITCHEN DESIGNER
BACK BEDROOM WITH 9 FT OF GYM LOCKERS USED AS WARDROBES. CUSTOM WINDOW TREATMENTS, WALL UNITS, AIR CONDITIONING, CUSTOM LIGHTING
TWO PERSON CUSTOM SAUNA IN THE UPSTAIRS BATHROOM
CUSTOM KITCHEN WITH DISHWASHER, OVEN, SOAP STONE SINK, MICROWAVE, THREE BURNER GAS RANGE, CUSTOM STAINLESS STEEL HOOD, 2 PERSON BREAKFAST BAR INCORPORATED IN THE ISLAND
furniture and lighting from Siam Paragon Bangkok and art work by THE most talented young woman that you can imagine
upstairs master bathroom
THE CEILING OF THE UPSTAIRS MASTER BEDROOM
Do you remember what shopping was like before Walmarts and Cosco's and Markro's. When you could run out to a green grocer and pick up corn or morning glory . That's what this neighborhood is like
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above art deco mirror with reflection of the living room
The Old City really comes alive every Sunday when Ratchadomoen Road, running west from Thapae Gate, becomes a walking street complete with a craft market, local dancers and musicians. Not just tourists attend; it seems as if the whole city is present and the Old City of Chiang Mai throbs with bustle and excitement.
TWO BLOCKS FROM WAT PHRA SINGH AND SUNDAY WALKING STREET
Chiang Mai's most revered temple, Wat Phra Singh draws pilgrims and sightseers for its resident Buddha and its classic Lanna art and architecture. Visitors should dress modestly (clothing covering shoulders and knees).
Phra Singh (Lion Buddha), the temple's famous image, is housed in Wihan Lai Kham, a small chapel to the rear of the temple grounds next to the chedi (stupa). The building boasts a Lanna-style three-tiered roof and carved gables. Inside are sumptuous lai·krahm (gold-pattern stencilling) and murals.
Despite Phra Singh's exalted status, very little is actually known about the image. It is considered one of the most beautiful examples of Lanna religious art thanks to its thick human-like features and lotus-shaped topknot. Because there are two nearly identical images in Nakhon Si Thammarat and Bangkok, no one knows if this is the real one, nor can anyone document its place of origin. Regardless, this Phra Singh image came to reside here around the 1360s, and is now a fixture in the religious ceremonies of the Songkran festival.
Other features include the temple's main chedi, which is a classic Lanna-style octagonal base. It was built by King Pa Yo in 1345 in honour of his father. The main wí·hăhn, which sits right at the entrance, houses a bigger but less important Buddha known as Thong Thip.
ABOVE IS WAT PHRA SING PERHAPS THE MOST FAMOUS OF ALL THE TEMPLE IN THE CITY
Upstaairs back bedroom with wall of glass, 9 feet of storage lockers and wall unit
First floor with multiple seating areas, exposed brick wall salvaged from ancient temples and polished concrete floors
Upstairs hallway leading from back bedroom to front bedroom with bathroom between
18 FOOT UPSTAIRS BATHROOM WITH PRIVATE SAUNA, CUSTOM LIGHTING, 16 FOOT HIGH CEILINGS, IMPORTED TILE
DOWNSTAIRS HALF BATH WITH LAUNDRY ROOM
UPSTAIRS MASTER BEDROOM AGAIN WITH 9 FEET OF MIRRORED WARDROBES, PRIVATE BALCONY, INTERNET, LIGHTING FROM ITALY